Little Moses Jones, The Interview Series.

Words By Joey Rochert.

Hello, Moses, Let’s talk about your new single, ‘City Or Country’, what is the meaning?

City Or Country is a song that gives you great examples of what it’s like in the city and country. Which one do you like? City Or Country?

Which artists in the current industry inspire you the most?

Laura Pausini, Stevie Wonder, Bruno Mars, Earth Wind & Fire

Little Moses Jones
Little Moses Jones

What is the best thing about being a musician in 2022?

The best thing about being a musician in 2022 is that we are getting the live music scene back, and the support from the fans!

Is there a certain place you often go to write? E.g a certain room, or environment? 

There is no certain place I write in, but wherever I write, it must be peaceful with no distractions. I love writing in the mountains!

What is your first memory of music? 

My first memory of music was when I was on stage with my dad at 4 years old dancing to him play the blues and the Joker outfit my dad wore with the little balls on the shoes and face paint. I didn’t know what to think about it, but I knew it was fun:)

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Judy Pearson, ‘My Guiding Key’

Words By Joey Rochert.

The most recent track released by Judy Pearson, titled “My Guiding Key,” has won our hearts. We had chills after listening to this tune, and we just can’t seem to get enough of it!

Judy Pearson
@ Judy Pearson.

The artist who lives in London makes a significant step forward not just for herself but also for the genre overall, blazing a new trail with a unique point of view. Her vocals stand out for all of the correct reasons, and the story provides an experience that is unlike any other in its capacity to provoke thinking.

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Sabi Pitt, The Interview Series.

Words By Joey Rochert.

Hello, Sabi, Let’s talk about your new album “Keep On”. What Is the Meaning?

“Keep on” speaks to the effects of climate change on the world and the urgency of all nations to work together to correct and eliminate this problem. It also clearly expresses that our youth must be part of the leadership and key catalyst of this movement. 

Which artist in the current industry inspires you the most? 

I will say Alicia Keys. Her message is always in her music. Not only can she sing, but she is always spreading positive messages and sharing the importance of love through her music.

Sabi Pitt
@ Sabi Pitt

What is the best thing about being a musician in 2022? 

Being able to control what you write and sing about. Artists are no longer pigeonholed to creating music that the big recording companies dictate. Social Media gives us artist the freedom to market and develop our fan base and express out art, I love it. 

Is there a certain place you often go to write? E.g a certain room, or environment? 

My home studio. It’s quiet and I can work anytime I am inspired 24/7. I am also inspired by social issues and my life experiences.

What is your first memory of music? 

When I was very young, I remember how I would hear sad songs, it touched me and I used to go to a corner and just cry!!! The music had a profound effect on me. So now I use it as an instrument for social change and to spread love.  

Photo Credit: Sabi Pitt.

Alicia Daydreams, ‘Maze’

Words By Joey Rochert.

With her new track, ‘Maze’, Alicia Daydreams demonstrates that she is a brilliant up-and-coming musician who is suddenly starting to take the globe by storm.

Alicia Daydreams
@ Prior The End.

Alicia oozes confidence, and she moves us emotionally from the moment she reaches for the microphone. The music is an adventure, as she enters a new dimension while also tapping into a feeling that many of the modern industry’s greats have already laid down.

Alicia can’t seem to do anything wrong vocally, and she has us head over heels; we can’t get enough of it!

Check it out below.

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Glitch Project, ‘Shivers’

Words By Joey Rochert.

Glitch Project, the Italian dream team, have outdone themselves once again with their latest single, ‘Shivers.’

Glitch Project
@ Glitch Project.

It’s a track that continues the band’s foray into a new domain of alt-pop, and it’s put together with a confidence that even the harshest critics would struggle to criticise. The music is invigorating, and the girls’ electronic way pays off by adding yet another string to the bow. The vocals also make an impression with their mesmerising tonality and lyricism.

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Sabi Pitt, ‘Keep On’

Words By Joey Rochert.

Sabi Pitt, the master of ageless feel-good music, is back and better than ever with his new album, ‘Keep On.’

Sabi Pitt
@ Sabi Pitt

The Caribbean hitmaker holds nothing back in his aim to make us all feel amazing, which he achieves so effectively throughout his new album. Furthermore, ‘Keep On’ combines afro-pop with a variety of other styles to create a journey that we may lose ourselves in again and again. His vocals achieve a new level of sophistication, and the music captivates for all the right reasons.

Photo Credit: Sabi Pitt.

Spectral Display, ‘Back On My Feet’

Words By Joey Rochert.

Spectral Display are well and truly back with their new single, ‘Back On My Feet’.

Spectral Display
@ Spectral Display

The best way to describe this new single from the Dutch quartet is contagious pop. In recent years, they have been dropping hits left, right, and centre and they continue to impress with each new release. Furthermore, ‘Back On My Feet’ has a summer beat that will propel them to even higher heights, and Paul Simon’s vocals will leave us delirious with excitement.

Michel kicks out his groove with an enticing bass lead and a sanguine guitar rhythm that rattles the speakers.

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Freelevel, The Interview Series.

Words By Joey Rochert.

Hello, Anna, ‘Don’t Be Sad’ is a compelling release, what is the inspiration? 

Thank you so much, that makes me so happy to hear. It was co-written by lyricist M.Alexander and me, and musically I was inspired by the feeling of the lyrics and wanted to create a melody that connects a timeless type of songwriting and melody with a new twist in the style of the song and the energy. As I wrote the song I went through a catharsis of emotions and the song is like a journey emotionally. 

The pop-rock vibe you have stands out among other artists in the same genre, do you think there should be more pop-rock bands topping the charts?

Yes, definitely. To have more genres in the charts in general, and more pop-rock driven music should really be on the horizon. There is want out there for new sounds in the mainstream. 

I am very happy to hear that the vibe stands out, as the vibe and energy of the music is one of the most important things for FREELEVEL! 

@ Freelevel.

Do you prefer working in a band or on your solo material? Or both? 

What a great question. I have to say both, complement each other and actually merge together quite a bit. All my songs can be played stripped down by the piano or with a full-on arena band. 

As a solo artist, to be able to immerse in the energy of a band is really wonderful. To create unity with the band and express themselves together as one is amazing. As a solo artist, it’s great freedom to play in different genres, settings and different kinds of music, but it can be a little lonely sometimes. 

How do you know when a song is ready to sign off?

It’s a kind of mysterious thing where I feel it. In the writing process, sometimes it just happens, the song pours out and sometimes it takes a lot more work. In production, it’s when the energy is there and the different elements needed are there. 

That said, with almost all my songs, I have other versions in my head that I want to realize, with orchestrations or other things. 

Do you have more releases planned for this year?

Yes I do! Not really ready to talk about it yet, but working away. And if any producers or music people out there read this, be in touch! 

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Deanna Chase, The Interview Series.

Words By Joey Rochert.

Hello, Deanna, Let’s talk about your new single, ‘Work It Out’, what is the meaning? 

‘Work it Out’ is a song about not wanting to give up on a relationship so easy. I was really going through the motions and doing my best to save something and hoping that we could find the strength to get through it. It’s about being open and honest about how you feel and being safe in that. It’s a reminder to myself that although I am strong, but also human, and strength isn’t always about dealing with things alone or taking all the blame. I’m happy I wrote something that people can connect to on that level, and that can be related to different things; people tell me they have added it to their gym playlists which is cool. In a sentence, Work it Out is a song about strength.

Which artists in the current industry inspire you the most?

Absolutely. It’s a reminder that your age doesn’t determine your ability to accomplish your dreams. I I think Doja Cat is cool. She’s a great performer, writer, has great style and presence and doesn’t take herself too seriously. I like that.

Deanna Chase
@ Deanna Chase.

What is the best thing about being a musician in 2022?

The best thing about being a musician right now is the freedom to create and express myself and share my work whenever I want. It’s also cool that I can connect with fans whenever I want too. It’s not all plain sailing and I am still real hungry to grow and do more, but the time will come.

Is there a certain place you often go to write? E.g a certain room, or environment?

I wish I had a cooler answer than the studio but that’s the truth. It’s like being in a bunker, I can escape and indulge. It’s like a switch goes off and suddenly, I’m in the zone. It has a lot to do with the environment too, I am constantly hearing new sounds and inspired by the creative people that surround me. Just this desire to create the best music flares up in me.

What is your first memory of music? 

 I would say dance class, watching Chris Brown on TV and hearing my mum sing around the house.

Photo Credit: Deanna Chase.

Thomas Cole, The Interview Series.

Words By Joey Rochert.

Thomas Cole is a New York City-based American actor, model, and music artist.

Hello, Thomas, ‘Late To Bloom’, a passionate release, what is the inspiration? 

Thank you so much… it really is. “Late to Bloom” is actually inspired by one of my favorite artists, Ava Max. 

During the peak of COVID, my best friends and I would hang out at my New York City apartment, drink rose on the rooftop, and dance to Ava Max. It was a unique opportunity in the sense that we had the time to really get to know ourselves, our passions, and our dreams. 

Lyrically, I wrote a little bit about that feeling, while bringing in lots of metaphors for a dying garden, hanging on for dear life, and once given the resources to grow, it THRIVES! 

Musically, Electropoint sprinkled in some 80s goodness and had some fun with the synths and drums. I’m very happy with how it turned out and the music video just drives the whole message home. 

Does ‘Late To Bloom’ serve as a reminder to all to never give up? 

Absolutely. It’s a reminder that your age doesn’t determine your ability to accomplish your dreams. I feel like we all feel this pressure to be able to completely define ourselves by a certain age, which is WILD to me because we are forever evolving, growing, and learning. It’s okay to move at your own pace. It’s never too late to grow into the flower you were meant to be. 

Thomas Cole
@ Thomas Cole.

What was it like working with Electropoint again? 

Electropoint is my main man! I love working with him. He brings out my creativity while also harnessing his own, and, as a result, we make magic! As a new artist, he’s really helped guide and mentor me through the song-making process, setting my expectations and celebrating our hard work when it comes together as a complete project. At this point, I can’t see myself working with anyone else!

How do you know when a song is ready to sign off?

It’s just a feeling, you know? My process is pretty straightforward. I listen to the track a thousand times and start to hear melodies. I figure out what it is I want to say and how I want to say it. And it all kind of comes together. Sometimes I’ll sit with a song for months, making little tweaks here and there. Simultaneously, I’ll start thinking about the visuals. The cover art, the video, the teasers. Once those are lined up and ready to go, I feel confident the song is ready for release!

Do you have more releases planned for this year? 

I sure do! You’ll hear one, maybe two new songs this year. We’re about to shoot a video for the next single. #StayTuned 

Photo Credit: Thomas Cole.